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IBPC 2012 :: Online Proceedings

March 5-9, 2012 National Institute of Standards and Technology

 Presentations of the International Biometric Performance Conference, 2012 This page is intended as a permanent archive of the presentations delivered to the IBPC 2012.

Presentations of the International Biometric Performance Conference 2012

Workshop I NFIQ2 (Zip file)

Day 1 Presentations (Zip file)

Day 2 Presentations (Zip file)

Day 3 Presentations (Zip file)

Workshop II Artefact, Liveness, Suspicious Presentation Detection (Zip File)

Workshop III Voice Biometrics Data Interchange Standrdization for Law Enforcement, Military & Homeland (Zip File)

The presentations are listed alphabetically by speaker name.




  1. Christoph Busch, Hochschule Darmstadt, Conformance to Standardized Minutia Detection Requirements.

  2. James Cambier, Cross Match Technologies, Certification of Iris Capture Devices.

  3. Bill Casey, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Biometrics Center of Excellence, BCOE Program Overview.


  4. Brian DeCann and Arun Ross, WVU, Modeling an Anonymous Identification System.


  5. Stephen Elliott, Purdue University, Evolution of the Human Biometric Sensor Interaction.

  6. Belen Fernandez, University Carlos III, Common Criteria and Biometric Performance Testing.

  7. Stéphane Gentric, Morpho, Border control: From Technical to Operational Evaluation. This presentation is accompanied by a supporting paper.

  8. Eric Granger, University of Quebec, Dmitry Grodnichy, CBSA, Evaluation of Face Recognition for Video Surveillance.

  9. Will Graves, DHS US-VISIT, Update on IDENT and US-VISIT Activities.

  10. Patrick Grother, NIST, FRVT 2012, Plans for NIST's Upcoming Face Recognition Evaluation.

  11. Patrick Grother, NIST, Evaluation of 1:N Recognition Algorithms: IREX III and MBE 2010 Methods + Analysis.



  12. Rick Lazarick, CSC, Patricia Wolfhope, DHS S&T, Initiatives Toward Re-usable Testing.



  13. Nick Megna, Federal Bureau of Investigation, CJIS Division, NGI Program Initiatives.



  14. Elaine Newton, NIST, Editor ISO/IEC 30107, Anti-Spoofing and Liveness Detection Techniques.







  15. Giot Romain, ENSICAEN, Performance Evaluation of Biometric Template UpdateThis presentation is accompanied by a supporting paper.  



  16. Shizuo Sakamoto, Biometrics, WG, The IC Passport Committee of Japan, Study Report on Facial Biometrics for Japanese ePassports.


  17. Michael Schuckers, St. Lawrence University, Scaling of Biometric False Match Rates Using Extreme Value Theory.

  18. Stephanie Schuckers, Clarkson University, Biometric Liveness Detection: Framework and Metrics.

  19. Hiroyuki Suzuki, Tokyo Institute of Technology, A novel framework for evaluation of ID photo quality.

  20. Elham Tabassi, NIST, NFIQ 1 → NFIQ 2 : An update

  21. Michael Thieme, IBG, Sanitized Online Collection and Identity Analysis Library (SOCIAL).

  22. Jim Wayman, San Jose State University, Keynote on Testing Trajectories.



Day 2 PANEL :: Tests to Support Commerical Adoption, Tests + Standards Enable Competition. Tests of Privacy Enhancing Technologies. Tests for Certification.

Jonas Anderson, A&A Marine Vision AB, Privacy in Biometric Systems.

Steve Elliott, Purdue University, Biometric Testing.

Cathy Tilton, Daon, Wither Certification?

Day 3 PANEL :: The ISO/IEC 19795 multipart standard - Biometric Performance Testing and Reporting standard 

Intro : Fernando Podio, Intro

Part 1: Tony Mansfield, Principles and Framework

Part 2: Michael Thieme, Technology + scenario testing

Part 3: Eric Kukula, Modality specific aspects

Part 4: Patrick Grother, Interoperability tests

Part 5: Rick Lazarick, Graded PACs tests

Part 6: Tony Mansfield, Operational testing

Part 7: Patrick Grother, On-card Comparison

Other SC37 WG5 standards : Raul Sanchez-Reillo, ISO/IEC 29156, 29197, 29198 , and Patrick Grother, ISO/IEC 29120.

Satellite Workshop I :: Technical update on the second generation NIST fingerprint Image Quality Algorithm.

This workshop, which follows the IBPC 2010 session on NFIQ strategy, will present current technical work toward a revised algorithm. Goals are to inform users and to identify future direction.

Elham Tabassi, NIST, NFIQ 2.0 project overview

Oliver Bausinger, BSI, Motivation and use cases for NFIQ 2.0

Michael Schwaiger, Secunet, Framework, architecture, modularization

Christoph Busch, Fraunhofer IGD, Technical overview of features

Martin Olsen, CASED, Candidate features, computation and visualization

Johannes Merkle, Secunet, Quality feature evaluation, preliminary results 

Timo Ruhland, BKA, AFIS quality requirements and implementations

Soweon Yoon and Anil Jain, MSU, Inclusion of mutilated fingerprint detection in NFIQ 2.0?

Elham Tabassi, NIST, NFIQ 2.0 developments for the next year  

Satellite Workshop II :: Artefact, Liveness, Suspicious Presentation Detection.

This workshop is one of the first open sessions to address issues concerning biometric vulnerability. The focus will be on the concepts, terms, standards, and evaluation aspects.

Elaine Newton, NIST, Editor of ISO/IEC 30107: Overview of the Current Draft International Standard 30107 on Artefact and Liveness Detection.

Rick Lazarick, CSC, Co-editor of ISO/IEC 30107: Spoofs, Subversion & Suspicion: Terms and Concepts.

Stephanie Schuckers, Clarkson University, and Arun Ross, West Virginia University, Error rate metrics proposed for detection of suspicious presentations to biometric authentication systems.

Ralph Breithaupt, BSI, Need and perspectives to realize liveness detection.

Axel Munde, BSI, How can artifact detection complement common criteria and other security assessments of authentication systems.

Satellite Workshop III :: Voice Biometrics Data Standardization for Law Enforcement, Military and Homeland Security.

The focus of the workshop is transmission of voice data and associated metadata for forensic analysis. This workshop will not deal with voice biometrics for applications such as access control or with features or models extracted from voice data.

Handout - Investigatory Voice Biometrics Committee Report Development of a Draft Type-11 Voice Signal Record - DRAFT

Brad Wing, NIST, NIST/ITL Procedures for the Development of American National Standards (ANS) Using the Canvass Method 

Brad Wing, NIST, The ANSI/NIST-ITL Standard   

Sponsors and Supporters

The workshop is organized by the Information Access Division of the Information Technology Laboratory (ITL) at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).

 

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